According to Forbes, Stan Wawrinka is 7th highest paid tennis player of 2017 with total net worth of $19.2 million, including $7.2 million through prize money.
In a career spanning over a decade and half that saw him lifting 16 titles including 3 grand slams, he has accumulated whooping $30,905,144 in prize money. Stan Wawrinka is a prominent face of ATP events like Chennai Open, Monte-Carlo Masters series, Madrid masters, Portugal open, Rome Masters, BNP Paribas open, Indian Wells etc which earned him multi-million fortune over the years.
Earlier this year, the Swiss number two suffered a knee injury during Wimbledon tournament which ensued uncharacteristic retirement from the season but he committed to return in action with all guns blazing following the turn of this calendar year.
Stan Wawrinka's Endorsements
Stanislas Wawrinka’s rise to prominence saw his inclusion to newly established “Big 5” that comprises some of the greatest players of all time like Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray. It attracted numerous brands and endorsement deals to his name.
In 2014, Stan Wawrinka inked record breaking deal with Japanese sports equipment manufacturer Yonex worth $20 million. The four-year agreement was described by the Japanese manufacturer as the “most lucrative” endorsement ever covering clothes, shoes and racquets during the spell.
Unsurprisingly, the charismatic Swiss professional has been featured on television on numerous
Despite being sidelined for major part of the year following knee injury, his mental strength to go against everything logic stands for will see him rise to new heights of global popularity and fortune as he has shown no signs of slowing down as of now.